Election Update – al-Maliki in the Lead

BBC reports that the first partial results have just been released.

The provinces of Najaf and Babil, in the Shia south, give Mr Maliki’s State of Law coalition 124,734 votes in total, with at least 30% of votes counted, followed by 103,583 for the Shia-dominated Iraqi National Alliance.

Final results for all 18 provinces are not expected for a fortnight, and this will be followed by a long period of negotiation, as even the largest parties are expect to hold fewer than a quarter of the 325 seats on offer.

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